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CBS
Sep 30, 2010 5:00pm EDT
'm suzanne collins. the parents of a 16-year-old found dead on a baltimore street say police flubbed the investigation. i'll tell you what they money to do about that coming up next. >>> screen legend gone. hollywood remembers actor tony curtis. >>> serious storms. when will maryland see relief. the updated first warning forecast with bob is coming up. , bob ehrlich's real record on energy. lobbyists helped write utility regulations. we got stuck with a 72% rate hike. but martin o'malley got tough on bge, forcing them to pay back $2 billion to consumers. and what's bob ehrlich been doing the past four years? he got paid $2.5 million at a lobbying firm, a firm representing special interests and casinos right here in maryland. that's bob ehrlich-- a 72% increase for us and $2.5 million from special interests for himself. nice work, bob. old gibbs canning company. today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber securi
CBS
Sep 3, 2010 6:00pm EDT
'm suzanne collins in elkton. some doctors working at this clinic have suddenly had their license to practice in maryland ended. i'll explain how it involves an abortion. and a young woman being raised from here to a nearby hospital. that's coming up next. ,,,,,,,,, yeah, but... what.. happened to the back there? well, here's the thing: this was the only "sporty two-seater" they had on my budget. uh-huh. and the seats go all the way back. (announcer) settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. for the money you'd spend on a stripped down new car, you could get a fully loaded, guaranteed-quality used car at carmax. now more than ever, the smart choice is carmax. the way car buying should be. [ male announcer ] like the new double baconead & cheese omelet sandwich!! they're all new. toasty, tasty, and made to your order. so come and build your better breakfast today, at subway! >>> it is 6:30, 85 degrees and sunny. good evening. maryland dodges the worst of hurricane earl. but the storm is still causing dangerous conditions in ocean city waters. h
CBS
Sep 7, 2010 5:00pm EDT
'm suzanne collins in east baltimore. a church handyman is murdered about a block from this kiddie park. but it's a park where children never play. i'll tell you how that's about to change. that's coming up next. >>> it's a warm day in maryland right now. but is cooler weather on the way. the updated first warning weather forecast with bob coming up next. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> ray rice is gearing up for the first game of the season. but first, he's making a major move off the field to get the city of baltimore to live healthier. >>> running back ray rice finds his inner bals doing a little yoga. his moves helped kick off a city-wide initiative called healthy days. >> sto. >>> you don't have to be an nfl athlete to take care of your letle. you can be anything you want to be. and your health is important. easier said than done. >>> a series of exercise events are planned for the last week in september. there is also a take a loved one to the doctor day. and city school students will have a day focused on healthy eating. >> we must help people exercise testifiently. me included. those who e
CBS
Sep 25, 2010 6:00am EDT
and my hands stung so bad, they were horrible. >> reporter: suzanne collins, wjz eyewitness news. >> stink bugs don't bite or spread disease but they can be harmful to some crops. after seeing suzanne's storm, i got my dust buster, one of the best inventions known to man and i sucked up about 30 of them from a screened in portion of our deck. took them out at the open aimed them at the neighbor's house and let them go. >> now you let your secret out! >> the neighbors -- direct them back your way. the neighbors had their own share i'm sure. >> i don't think they will notice. unless they're watching the program. >>> coming up more of emily's story, a big step on the road of recovery injured in africa in a terrorist attack. >>> also out on bail a late night decision springs actress lindsay lohan from behind bars. >>> a day of healing at uva, months after a baltimore county native yeardley love is killed. i'm mary bubala we'll take you i'm mary bubala we'll take you to the campus and show ,,,, >>> hello again. welcome back to eyewitness news saturday morning. i'm don scott, filling i
FOX
Sep 21, 2010 6:00pm EDT
. suzanne collins considered the crucial 60th vote was not on board. >> i cannot vote to proceed to this bill under a situation that is going to shut down the debate and preclude republican amendment. >> reporter: republica ns blocked consideration of the $726 billion defense authorization bill which includes a repeal of the law known as don't ask, don't tell, and other possible controversial measures. democrats needed 60 votes but fell four votes short. >> the yeahs are 56, the nays are 43. >> all we wanted to do was bring it to the floor. they wouldn't even let us do that. they wouldn't allow the courage to have a vote on this. >> reporter: gray rights groups saw this as the last chance before the election to over turn the 17-year-old law. >> it ought to go. it's unamerican and in consistent with our values of opportunity. >> reporter: democrats blamed republicans. >> looking at a bleak elect oral situation, we are going to jam this through. >> reporter: president barack obama's pick to lead the marine corp didn't help. general james amos said he didn't think congress should l
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. >>> i'm suzanne collins at the federal courthouse. intentional pollution in the atlantic ocean. federal officials say they would not have known about that crime had it not been for any courageous whistle-blowers. >>> and hawaii five-0 may mean big bucks for an area university. the story coming up here on wjz. ,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,, >>> it is 5:28. 75 degrees and sunny. good evening, everybody. thanks for staying with wjz's eyewitness news. here are some of the stories people are talking about tonight. a push to protect maryland's environment and punish those who harm it. four maritime workers receive whistle-blower awards after towing illegal dumping on board their ship. suzanne collins reports, the shipping company was fined millions of dollars. >> reporter: this photo shows a black pipe that diverted waste oil from a polluted machine. it was dumped directly into the ocean. but a filipino ship hand who carried out that task, decided to slip this letter about illegal dumping to an official when the ship arrived at baltimore's port. >> the whistle-blower who produced the note would be awarded
CBS
Sep 21, 2010 6:00pm EDT
in afghanistan. what the military is saying tonight. >>> i'm suzanne collins at the federal courthouse. intentional pollution in the atlantic ocean. i'll tell you how federal prosecutors say they would have never known about that crime had it not been for some very courageous whistle-blowers. that's coming up next. >>> the baltimore symphony orchestra, sharing the stage tonight, with amateurs. i'm andrea fujii. i'll tell you about the rusty musicians program. that's coming up tonight on eyewitness news. >>> and a live look outside. and another perfect eaching we have warmer temperatures moving in. find out how high they'll clime. ,,,,,, old gibbs canning company. ,,,,,, today these factories are full of dot com businesses. and now my job is helping maryland create new economy jobs. training new math and science teachers investing in our institutions of excellence pioneering new cyber security jobs and giving an old gm plant a jump start building electric motors. i'm barbara mikulski. i approve this message so you'll know i'm fighting for you. >>> a major victory. four maritime workers
CBS
Sep 1, 2010 5:00pm EDT
. >> who is your favorite player? [ simultaneous speakers ] >> reporter: at any wi, suzanne collins, wjz eyewitness news. >> we'll make those o's fans. mets fans. >> just too cute. >>> the orioles, by the way, had 17 wins in the month of august. >> and i said, there's a little cartoon in the newsroom. >> what did it say? >> august is now ogust. >> it's been a long time coming. coming. >>> sports director ,,,,,,,, as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republicans it's about common sense and doing what's best for our families. maybe that's why i'm ranked one of the most independent members of congress. i'm frank kratovil and i approve this message. >>> orioles expanded their win in august. and they can expand further. all added to the roster today. rimold jumps right into the lineup. he is the designated hitter t
CBS
Sep 2, 2010 6:00pm EDT
behind barbs. now, suzanne collins reports, the victim. >>> remembering what happened to her at age 9, still brings charity shenkle to tears. >> he kidnapped me. he abducted me from my home, from my driveway. he sexually assaulted me. >> reporter: it was 1980. and she had just gotten off the school bus in allegheny county, when john leroy crul put her in a choke hold and dragged her to his car. she was sexually assaulted with a sharp object that was later found in his trunk. the injuries almost killedder had. killedher. the state secretary said that carl was fixated on blood. >> he touched it and held it up. and he appeared fascinated by it. >> reporter: charity call -- crul's sixth child victim, was astonished to find out he might get out early. he was able to show that he had sexually assaulted her just over the line, but he got convict maryland immediate. she worked with a state attorney. >> i have been able to pass bills that are retroactive that deal with sex offenders. but this one went too far back. >> reporter: but tonight, we have learned that charity has succeeded in her mis
CBS
Sep 3, 2010 5:00pm EDT
in the clear. >>> i'm suzanne collins in elkton. some doctors working at this clinic have suddenly had their license to practice in maryland suspended. i'll explain. how it involves an abortion. and a young woman being raised from here to a nearby hospital. that's coming up next. >>> i'm mike schuh, wjz eyewitness news. at loyola university, maryland. the first day for freshmen, moving into the dorms. opening day jitters when eyewitness news continues. - friend: yeah? car owner: and this is what he had in my budget. friend: oh well, the top is down! car owner: the top is gone! friend: yeah, there's lot's of head-room! car owner: tons of head-room! careful! friend: ow! car owner: that's sharp. friend: cheese! car owner: yeah. sorry. carmax spokesperson: settling for less is not smart. what is smart is getting more car for your money at carmax. guaranteed quality used cars can cost a lot less than new cars, so you can get more car for less money by shopping at carmax. now more than ever the smart choice is carmax. >>> 5:29. 87 degrees and sunny in the baltimore region, where we have not
CBS
Sep 18, 2010 6:00am EDT
stabbed on board an mta bus. suzanne collins has more. >> reporter: witnesses say this was all a fight over a seat. and the fight went from the middle of the bug to the front and then out on the sidewalk endangering innocent people. at one of the busiest times when the students are riding from school, a brawl breaks out. it's on board the 51 bus. >> then the knives came out, people stabbing each other back and forth and you see people running and kids like crying. >> reporter: it fan as an -- it began as an argument between two men who didn't know each other. >> there was an altercation involving three men. as a result, all three wound up with stab wounds. >> reporter: one man was waiting to board the bus. his only thought was about getting to his daughter. they started jumping the guy. >> reporter: you saw it happen? >> yes. >> reporter: what were you thinking? >> get out the way. >> >> reporter: three years ago, there were several attacks. these photos were released by mta after a stabbing on board the bus. this is the first report of incidents on board the bus. >> i was scared. i wa
CBS
Sep 24, 2010 6:00am EDT
. and the stink bugs are here in record numbers. here's suzanne collins with more. >> reporter: they look like little tag. they stink if you crush them. at this household, they're congregating in great numbers, taking out welcome friends sign to heart. a taking out the air conditioner doesn't stop the critters from coming inside. >> i had 40 in the bedroom. the kids are like, get the bugs out. >> a woman in windsor mills has the same problem. every time i went upstairs, it was worse and worse and worse. >> what will you do? >> well, we stripped the room and bombed it and sealed it and the exterminator iscoming and i'm over it. >> reporter: this may have made it from asia in 2007. a bug expert says that the population is growing largely. you'll get an increase when each female produces the eggs and nothing's keeping the eggs from growing and thriving. >> they have no predators and now it's colder, they want to come inside and get warm and cozy. >> it's on your top. in rundalestown, the bugs are setting off the motion alarm. there are hundreds around town. they fly and land on you, they're in gr
CBS
Sep 28, 2010 6:00pm EDT
san coliseum -- suzanne collins wjz. >>> out of washington tonight, that is where a u.s. appeals court said stem cell research can continue. they say it violated a law because embree yeses were -- embryos were destroyed in the process. they are looking into a full appeal.$♪. >>> they are getting into more hiv infested pregnant women -- pregnant women. they are receiving aids drugs to protect their unborn children. the number more than tripled over the last few years. the number of people who are lower income are receiving the drugs. >>> today is world rabies prevention day and the baltimore health department is hoping to rid the city of the disease.$♪ here is more on how your pet can get a free vaccination. >> reporter: every 10 minutes, more than 1 person dies from the disease. spread by sal life have a, it is completely -- spread by mouth, you can bring the voucher and there is a clinic the first saturday of every month. >> you can get your pet vaccinated for free. >> one of the reaps we are success -- reasons, we are successful, it is all about preventive healthcare. >> reporter
CBS
Sep 11, 2010 6:00am EDT
for lunch. as suzanne collins reports, this weekly cool produce is on the menu at maryland schools. >> reporter: a local farmer comes to edgewood elementary school to teach students corn doesn't start in a plastic bag or a can. >> the students shuck corn and many have never done that. maurice jones farm is 1 mile from the school. >> this is the feed corn. >> reporter: the farm to school lunch week is a time for students to learn about agriculture and taste fresh produce, apples and corn on the cob is not what people are used to eating. >> i have hamburgers, chips if i have money on my account, and french fries. >> the purpose is to get local fruits and vegetables into our schools so our children can taste what real fruits and vegetables take like and it's to help our local economy. >> reporter: that this program helps students and local farmers who found a big market for their produce. >> i think it could eventually build to being good money for the farms. the stuff doesn't have to be shipped. >> reporter: for many years schools used the federal government military food distributio
CBS
Sep 20, 2010 6:00pm EDT
is under way to convince suzanne collins and olympia snow to vote for the repeal. >>> earlier, lady gaga was in maine for a rally against don't ask, don't tell. the singer has been a vocal opponent of the policy in recent weeks. >>> iran's president is in new york for the annual asembly. randall pinkston reports for wjz. >>> iran's president is commanding the spotlight on the sea of world leaders for the annual world assembly. they are objecting to manude ahmadinejad's presence. >> iran continues to mock the u.s. and ahmadinejad is still welcome at the u.n. >> reporter: ahmadinejad says that his country is only interested in building nuclear power plants. in a town hall meeting, president obama said, iran having a nuclear weapon, would be a real problem. >> we continue to be open to diplomatic solutions to resolve this. we don't think that a war between israel and iran or military options would be the ideal way to solve this problem. but but we are keeping all of our problems on options on the cable. >>> waiting on the sidebaselines, there are two american mothers, hoping for a face-to-f
CBS
Sep 22, 2010 6:00pm EDT
: in west baltimore, suzanne collins, wjz eyewitness news. >> now, police say they want to stress, despite these mondawmin holdups, commercial robberies are down in the city. >>> captain mike perry with more. >> reporter: it wasn't clear initially what firefighters had here. a large column of smoke could be seen in the sparks area. firefighters dispatched to the feign,000 block of yoho road. off of belfast in northern baltimore county. excuse me. firefighters arrived on the scene and found a container burning here. apparently it is unknown what was burning, but firefighters were able to knock down the smoke and flames rather easily at this point. they have several pieces of equipment. this is on a farm in the area. and at this point, it's unclear what sparked the fire. >>> a maryland soldier is among those killed in a helicopter crash in afghanistan. >> brendan loony was a former lacrosse player at the naval academy and lived in silver springs. loony graduated from the naval academy in 2004 and became a navy seal. he was one of nine u.s. military personnel killed in the crash in southern
CBS
Sep 23, 2010 5:00pm EDT
of our houses. getting inside. and then flying into our soup or our coffee. wjz is live. suzanne collins explains why there is this sudden invasion of stink bugs in maryland. i have them in my house. i don't know what to do. they stink. >>> you're not alone, mary. they are a delicacy in mexico and they do not bite. but people have had enough of stink bugs. >> they look like a little tank. if you disturb them or crush them, they really do stink. atat the cross household, they are taking the sign to heart. but taping around the window air conditioner did not stop these critters from coming inside. >> i had like 40 in my bedroom. and the kids are like, get the bugs out. we don't want the bugs. >>> a windsor mills woman had the same problem. >> every time i went, it got worse and worse and worse. >> what are you going to do? >> i have the exterminator coming. and i'm over it. these bugs have to go these bugs are not native. but leaping onto cars, they are now spring and now in maryland. a towson bug expert says they are growing and growing and growing. >> you're going to increase exponential
CBS
Sep 8, 2010 6:00pm EDT
is critically injured during a failed abortion today. suzanne collins explains, the case highlights loopholes. >>> and abortion on an 18-year- old at this cecil county clinic goes terribly wrong. the state says dr. nicolla riley perforated the uterus. and dr. steven brigham did not call 911. >> they actually were going to take her in a wheelchair, the two blocks to the hospital. the mother and i think the boyfriend insisted that she be transported. still they refused to call the ambulance. at that point, they drove her in their own private vehicle. >> reporter: the medical board says dr. riley is a danger to the public. they suspended her license. she had been flying in from her utah home to perform abortions in maryland. and she didn't accompany her lawyers to today's hearing. >> dr. riley believes she should be reinstated. but we're not going to talk about the case. we needed more time. and that's what we told the board today. >> dr. brigham owns four clinic. since he didn't have a medical license, they have ordered him to cease and desist practicing here. but his clinics can remain open. >
CBS
Sep 12, 2010 8:00am EDT
night and suzanne collins reports police are trying to determine the motive. >> reporter: the difficult part of this crime is apparently it was children who first learned about these killings and then told an adult to call 911. police crowd the cul-de-sac of town homes just a few blocks off main street. two bodies are discovered inside this unit, police say it's clear they suffered from traumatic injuries. >> we got a 911 call around 6:00 and the neighbor here in this area reported that a child had come to her home and said that it looked like that there were people who were injured or even worse inside the home. >> reporter: neighbors say the shots rang out around 6:00 p.m. on saturday and the couple lived with three children. they say those children were outside playing with others. >> my son came home saying to my husband that the kids heard two gunshots, i think. and that some kids coming out from the house crying saying that the mommy and daddy are killed. >> reporter: police are not confirming the identity of the bodies. >> right now we're not seeing any signs of forced entry. we
CW
Sep 21, 2010 12:00pm CDT
. but republicans argue ending the rule will hurt morale of u.s. service members. the senator suzanne collins announced she would vote against repealing the law and her vote was crucial towards a repeal. senators dick durbin and joe leiberman at a joint news conference this morning. >> it's time to bring some justice in this particular regard to the united states military. thank you. >> i want to thank senator leiberman for his support of the dream act. i support his efforts to repeal don't ask, don't tell. >> don't ask, don't tell has been in effect for 17 years. >>> another devicive issue facing senators today, an immigration bill. wgn's robert jordan is live downtown with details on what's called the dream act. >> allison and steve, as you heard, dick durbin mentioned he is one of the authors of this dream act which was proposed by senator durbin with republican support. it's not law yet. it will offer a path to citizenship for undocumented citizens. and one ever the ways they could go about gaining this is to go to an institution of higher learning like a college or trade school for a cou
FOX
Sep 21, 2010 9:00am EDT
very beautiful to the code seeing that the only republicans would be voting would be suzanne collins. now the house of representatives already passed the repeal back in may. today democrats will need 60 to vote in favor of this in order to conquer a filibuster threat by republicans. live on capitol hill, tony, back to you. >> that iy. -- stacy, thank you very much. >>> and the taliban is claiming they shot down a helicopter but nato disputes that, saying there was no enemy fire in the area. nine american soldiers died in the crash in southern afghanistan but two people survived, an afghan soldier and an american civilian. it is the deadliest chopper crash for coalition troops in four years. so far this year 525 coalition soldiers have been killed in afghanistan. more than the 504 killed last year. >>> staying with war in afghanistan, a once trusted colleague of osama bin laden is now cast he'sing him for continuing to wage war. nome and benodman is believed to have been present when the attacks were first discussed and now why is he breaking that. and now fascinating subject here. go
FOX
Sep 21, 2010 5:00pm EDT
with how it went down. >> reporter: democrats were counting on suzanne collins as the crucial 60th vote. in the end they didn't get that and even lost a vote of some democrats. in the final tally, democrats fell short of the 60 votes needed to bring the legislation up for debate by a 56-43 margin. the repeal of the military ban was attached to the $726 billion defense spending bill, along with other controversial measures. how republicans and democrats accuse each other of political grandstanding with a mid-term elections just weeks away. >> they want to use this week for a political exercise. they want to weigh this bill down with controversy and a transparent attempt to show the interest groups they haven't forgotten about them ahead of the election. >> we just wanted to bring it to the floor. they wouldn't even allow us to do that. they wouldn't even allow us to have a vote on this. >> reporter: three democrats joined republicans. senate majority leader harry reid voted against the measure which allowed him to revive it later. gray rights groups saw this as the last chance before the
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